These lovely people deserve much better than to be forever known as reality television stars, and we genuinely wish both of them the absolute best.
Struck by a sudden burst of inspiration, Lucious decides to produce an album with fellow Philadelphia native and R&B legend Kit Porter, including her legendary ode to menopause.
I have to come to expect that kind of technicolor Sapphic unreality in all of my Chaiken programming, which is exactly why I did not expect L Word Mississippi: Hate The Sin. And I’m glad I didn’t, because this is a documentary worth seeing on its own terms.
Recently, GO Magazine published an interview with Romi Klinger of The Real L Word regarding the current state of her relationships, her career, and the controversy surrounding her sexuality. What does one complicated public figure representing bisexuality mean for the rest of us?
A show about “celebrities” with “relationship problems” being solved by a “professional” team of therapists. Quotation marks intentional.
Tracy Ryerson has a new web series, a Hooters girl isn’t clear on the rules of baseball, and After Earth looks like it’s going to be everything you want out of a Will Smith film.
Brittani’s Team Pick: Saj Golde of The Real L Word launches a BlackOUT, a magazine geared towards black LGBT people and their allies.
“She (or he) is roughly the size of an avocado.”
Jesus Christ on a cracker
You’ll learn more about Coolest Cucumber Vero Sanchez in this 1,900-word interview than you did in two months’ worth of The Real L Word, and to be honest, we’re ok with that.
This week we’re stealing a lot of black, a lot of leather and a lot of swagger. I’m going to teach you how to dress like Hunter Valentine’s Kiyomi McCloskey.
This week on “The Real L Word,” everybody got married to dolphins!
Seriously, where the hell are all the butches?
This week on The Real L Word, Romi and Dusty reunited, Whitney and Sara visited Connecticut, Amanda went to a dinner party in New York with Kiyomi and Somer couldn’t make it! Hijinks ensue!
This week on The Real L Word, everybody is still at Dinah Shore playing golf, making out with each other or talking shit about each other or catching feelings. Who killed Rosie Larsen? This episode won’t answer that question.
There’s something about Lamanda.
This week on The Real L Word, everybody went to Dinah Shore and talked about each other to each other!
Does Whitney Mixter of “The Real L Word” ask herself a lot of questions? Yes. Who put all these questions into a video supercut for you, watching all of Seasons One and Two without dying of alcohol poisoning? This guy.
This week on “The Real L Word,” various lesbians sat at tables and talked to each other!
“Get ready to do meta-reality somersaults about sci fi, chihuahua tossing, and Russian literature.”